Learn about the no-cure syndrome Celine Dion suffers from 1:10
(CNN) — Near, far, wherever you are, there’s anger over Celine Dion’s non-inclusion in Rolling Stone’s list of the 200 Greatest Singers of All Time.
The list released on New Year’s Day includes everything from Aretha Franklin to Rosalía and other artists known for their extraordinary singing.
But some on social media are exclaiming what they see as a Titanic-sized blunder: Dion’s absence from the list.
“With all due respect, not including Celine Dion, arguably the greatest vocal technique of all time, on this list borders on treason.” tweeted Producer, promoter and artist Jamie Lambert.
There have also been complaints about other artists not being included, such as Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross and Sting.
The Post seemed to anticipate the complaints.
“Before you start browsing (and commenting), remember that this is the best singers list, not the best voices list,” the introduction reads. “The talent is impressive; the genius is transcendent.”
Dion recently announced that she would be rescheduling several dates on her European tour after being diagnosed with a neurological disorder that doesn’t allow her to “sing the way I’m used to”.
The condition he suffers from, stiff-person syndrome, is “a rare and progressive syndrome that affects the nervous system, particularly the brain and spinal cord,” according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Cerebrovascular Accidents.
CNN has reached out to Rolling Stone for comment.